We have been listening to a lot concerning the new NVIDIA CMP vary of mining playing cards, we not too long ago noticed the ASUS CMP 30HX mining card with RGB lighting for max crypto mining velocity — and now we have a have a look at the ASUS CMP 40HX mining card and its hash fee efficiency.
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Our associates over at VideoCardz have the news once more, with somebody sending them a photograph from some inner testing of the brand new ASUS CMP 40HX mining GPU. The brand new ASUS CMP 40HX mining card was put in into a brand new crypto mining system with 8 of them collectively, with 43.7MH/s versus NVIDIA’s promised 36MH/s from the inventory CMP 40HX mining GPU.
Every of the ASUS CMP 40HX mining playing cards is utilizing 135W which makes them fairly energy environment friendly for crypto mining, with its 8GB of GDDR6 reminiscence and 185W TDP complete — it is 50W underneath TDP which is not dangerous in any respect. We additionally get a tease of the purported pricing, with pricing on the ASUS CMP 30HX mining GPU “initially deliberate” at $799, however the firm has reportedly revised the MSRP to $599 — whereas the ASUS CMP 40HX that was teased as we speak will launch at $699.
There’s been a hell of numerous crypto mining and bitcoin mining information recently, with Bitmain not too long ago revealing their new Antminer E9 Ethereum ASIC miner that packs a lot hash fee mining energy that you simply’d want 32 x NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 graphics playing cards to return near it.
Not solely that however NVIDIA bought $30 million of CMP crypto GPUs to a Bitcoin mining firm, whereas we’re nonetheless ready for the higher-end CMP 50HX and CMP 90HX mining GPUs. NVIDIA might be launching the higher-end CMP 50HX and CMP 90HX crypto mining GPUs in Q2 2021 — so anticipate extra information on these playing cards over the approaching months.